Please call (855) 239-0019 or (914) 925-5320 for information about any of our programs. Click here for information about our inpatient programs.
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St. Vincent's Westchester provides comprehensive outpatient services, for children, adolescents and adults.Services include psychiatric evaluation and diagnosis, psychological testing, pharmacotherapy, and individual, group, couples and family therapy. There are specialized services available for women, older adults, trauma survivors, and people dually diagnosed with psychiatric illness and substance abuse.
Please follow the links for more information about the following services: PROS, Child and Adolescent Services, Services for Older Adults, Latino Treatment Service, Addiction Recovery Services, The Maxwell Institute, Residential Services, and Opioid Treatment Services.
Our specialized services include:
Partial Hospital Program
The partial hospital program serves as an alternative to inpatient hospitalization for patients with acute psychiatric symptoms, and can also serve as a transition after inpatient hospitalization. Treatment is short-term and focused on resolution of the acute psychiatric crisis. Program staff closely coordinate treatment with families and community support networks. St. Vincent's offers specialized services for adolescents; click here for more information.
Personalized Recovery Oriented Services
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Addiction Recovery Services
Please click here for information about our extensive addiction recovery services.
Child and Adolescent Services
St. Vincent's offers outpatient services for children ages 5 and older, and a specialized inpatient program for adolescents ages 13 and older. Click here for more information.
Latino Treatment Service
The Latino Treatment Service offers bilingual, bicultural mental health and chemical dependency treatment for children, adolescents, adults and their families. Click here for more information.
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
The ACT Program, funded by New York State and Medicaid, provides integrated treatment, rehabilitation, case management and support services to individuals with serious mental illness. The program receives referrals through the Westchester County Department of Health's "Single Point of Access" (SPOA) office.
The case management program advocates for, links to, monitors and supports clients in their acquisition of all necessary services that will support their integration back into community living, with services that not only include mental health, but also health and/or other human services. Case managers assist clients in acquiring the skills and support they need to maintain themselves in the environment of their choice.